If you've spent any time on Instagram, you're likely intrigued by (or obsessed with) bullet journals. A combination of a diary, to-do list and planner, a "bujo" organizes just about everything in your life. Get in on the hand-lettering trend by adding these genius layouts to your dotted notebook.
Keep credit card statements under control with a running bar chart. Logging monthly bills holds you accountable to your goal (marked here with a dotted line), and encourages you to think twice before splurging on those shoes.
Increase mindfulness by mapping feelings on a mood mandala. Each color represents a different emotion, like stress, gratitude or happiness. By adding one concentric circle every day, a bigger picture begins to take shape.
Drinking nine cups of water every day has a whole host of health benefits, so this is one diagram you won't want to skip. Every finished glass corresponds with a colored box — and maybe better moods, metabolism and skin.
Organize your organizer? That's a real thing. Many bullet journalists use a page as a palette to test out their pens.
No one wants to pay for rush shipping on a last-minute gift. Mail cards and presents on time by keeping this circular calendar front and center.
The day won't get away from you when each section is scheduled efficiently. An hour-by-hour outline keeps procrastination at bay by blocking out time for every task.
Even though scientists still disagree on why we dream, there's no denying the urge to psychoanalyze the subconscious. Log nightly episodes in tiny thought bubbles, and you might reveal something about your inner psyche.
Squirreling away for a huge purchase seems daunting, but a savings chart can help combat sticker shock. Break up big numbers into doable goals, and that big ticket item seems so much closer.
With a visual reminder staring you in the face, that leaky faucet won't drip for weeks on end. This bullet journaler prioritizes each task on a scale of one to three, and color-codes their completion based on the date.